Ghost Ranch 30% off B&B in Abiquiu & Santa Fe

February 2, 2010 by  
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Save 30% on B&B lodging through March 31 at one of our favorite places. We recall that Ms. Georgia O’Keeffe was pretty fond of it too…

Take a break amongst the gorgeous red rocks at Ghost Ranch Abiquiu, or at the Ghost Ranch property in smart Santa Fe (just three blocks from the plaza) and get 30% off your bed and breakfast stay through February and March 2010.

Just quote the promotion code GETAWAY2010 when you make reservations – the discount is valid for visits through March 31. Here’s the scoop and numbers to call for the Ghost Ranch 30% off B&B deal. Room rates vary according to the accommodations you choose, but with the 30% discount you’re paying bare bone prices (sorry!) so give yourself a tripette and come back with photos to make us all jealous.

Lodging at Ghost Ranch Abiquiu (about 130 miles north of Albuquerque)
Lodging at Ghost Ranch Santa Fe



VSA Exhibition Opening at Ghost Ranch

August 20, 2009 by  
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The VSA Day Arts Program takes it show on the road, literally, with a new exhibition at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu.

Join in the celebration and meet the artists at the opening reception on Saturday, August 22 (2009), from 2:00 – 4:00pm. Free admission and open to the public.

The VSA Day Arts Program provides education and training in the arts for adults with developmental disabilities. The new exhibit, called From Heart to Head to Hand, features works of various media and styles that “involve the various domains of studio practice: intellect, perception and cognition (Head); emotion, memory and intuition (Heart); and technique, manipulation and process (Hand).” Sounds very interesting! And remember: many of the works are for sale.

The Ghost Ranch Piedra Lumbre Education and Visitor Center in Abiquiu, NM, is located on US Highway 84 between mile markers 225 and 226. For directions, call 505-685-4333.

–Elizabeth Hanes